On Hiatus Until the End of June / Early July, 2013

books2The Book is nearly complete. I need to step away from it, so I can come back in a few months with fresh eyes and make a final edit. Spring is upon us. I have fifteen or so honeybee hives that need my undivided attention until mid-summer. I have had the benefit of these two months (give or take) with an always-on internet connection to be able to research, write the book, and create this website – but now I am headed back into the 19th century; to the cabin in the woods with no electricity; but plenty of solitude and time for contemplation and reflection (if not a regular warm shower.)

It’s been a very productive two months. I drafted and completed the book (or very nearly so.) I built this website to promote it. When I come back in June or July I will pick up where I left off, and I will begin the search for a publisher.

For now, I’m off-the-grid and out-of-touch. If you need to contact me, please leave an email at; jones (dot) c (dot) hall (at) gmail (dot) com. Use the word “stumbling” in the subject line. I will respond to you when I am back to civilization, in late June or early July, 2013.

Feel free to post comments on articles that you found useful or insightful. I would love to have your feedback.

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